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Geology of the Jurassic Coast: The Isle of Purbeck - Weymouth to Studland

Geology Guide
By: Paul Ensom(Author), Malcolm Turnbull(Author)
128 pages, 100+ colour & b/w photos and illustrations
Geology of the Jurassic Coast: The Isle of Purbeck - Weymouth to Studland
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It is an area of remarkable geology and landforms at the eastern end of England's only natural World Heritage Site. Continuing the series Geology of the Jurassic Coast the guides are aimed at describing the Jurassic Coast from west to east. The Isle of Purbeck on the Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site is a unique place where geology and landforms combine to create beautiful and varied coastal scenery. Headlands and bays, sea stacks and arches, secluded coves and dramatic cliffs are all here in abundance. Geology of the Jurassic Coast: The Isle of Purbeck - Weymouth to Studland guides the reader along the coast and explains the processes that, over a period of 160 million years, have produced an area that is both scientifically important and aesthetically beautiful.

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Geology Guide
By: Paul Ensom(Author), Malcolm Turnbull(Author)
128 pages, 100+ colour & b/w photos and illustrations
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